I have several offices with p2p T1's that terminate in a central office. This central office has the corporations ISP and an ISA proxy server with Surf Control.
For failover, I have a DSL connection that has a VPN back to the main office. The VPN and failover is working fine, but I would like to be able to use the DSL line for Internet access for the remote office in the event that the main office's ISP or the main office itself goes down.
I have no problem doing this, except that I am not sure how to deal with the problem of the proxy being in all of the hosts browsers. Is there a way in IOS to handle this?
The port to use for each server will be listed on the same line as the server name. If your are having problems with your ISP being able to look up the server name, you can use the IP address in place of the server name. If you still experience problems, check your configuration and be sure that you are using the correct user name and password.
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